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Monsoon in Delhi: Twitter gets sloshed with rainy tweets after a spell of showers

Monsoon in Delhi: Twitter gets sloshed with rainy tweets after a spell of showers

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Monsoon in Delhi: Twitter gets sloshed with rainy tweets after a spell of showers The season of rains is here with a spell of showers and the national capital is basking in the glory of the rain drops. While the rain has increased the humidity, it has also brought a breath of fresh air in the natural surroundings. With a slight temperature drop, the monsoon season is calling for a break from the hot sunny days. Heavy rainfall and thunderstorm lashed the Delhi-National Capital Region (NOR) early Thursday morning, but it also resulted into water logging in several areas. To top that, a lot of streets were jammed when the traffic was at its peak. To voice their thoughts about the rains, Atwitter took to the social media platform and coated it with a layer of sarcasm and humor. While some
Watch: No more Humanity left in India, group of people hurt innocent monkey by showing greed of food

Watch: No more Humanity left in India, group of people hurt innocent monkey by showing greed of food

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  Indians used to worship monkeys as form of God since ancient years. It has been belived for a long time that monkeys are the another forms of 'Hanuman Ji'. But a recent heart shivering incident which took place in Delhi will not let you keep believing in Humanity. In a recent viral video a group of people has been seen assaulting a monkey by showing him greed of food.         A packet containing bomb was given to that monkey instead of food and the bomb burst within a while. The video of this particular incident goes viral on social networking sites after a man shared the clip on internet and wrote that the group of people which have dared to do such a shameful incident should be punished. A picture too was shared of that monkey ac
Sushma Swaraj and Indian Embassy to help even if you are stuck on the Mars

Sushma Swaraj and Indian Embassy to help even if you are stuck on the Mars

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Sushma Swaraj is one of the most followed leaders on the micro-blogging site Twitter. She has almost 8 million follwers. She has always been an active and quick in taking steps when it come to 'rescue' in other word in bringing back the stuck Indian nationals, visa and passport issues. What if you are stuck on Mars? You have no idea if this happens Indian Embassy is all set to bring you back; know how is it possible.     EAM of India often takes out some time form her busy schedule to reply back to people in trouble and this is one of the best thing that people admire here. But this time Sushma Swaraj has offered a helping hand to Karan Saini who tweeted her saying @SushmaSwaraj😎 I am stuck on mars, food sent via 🇮🇳Mangalyaan (987 days a
Linking Aadhar with property registration compulsory: Fake order goes viral; FIR registered

Linking Aadhar with property registration compulsory: Fake order goes viral; FIR registered

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Linking Aadhar with property registration compulsory: Fake order goes viral; FIR registered The police have registered a case of forgery on a complaint by a senior government official alleging that a fake letter issued by the cabinet secretariat about digitisation of land records, was being circulated with his forged signature.     The case was registered against unidentified persons on the complaint of Sheo Nath Singh, an undersecretary in the government whose signature is there on the letter, the police said on Monday. Linking Aadhar with property registration compulsory: Fake order goes viral; FIR registered The letter, which emerged on WhatsApp and has Cabinet Secretariat written on the top, reportedly mandated all the chief secretaries, additional chief se...
134 foreign policy experts condemn Trump travel ban

134 foreign policy experts condemn Trump travel ban

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A group of 134 foreign policy experts have denounced President Trump's revised travel ban in a letter to the president, The New York Times reported Saturday. The new travel order, which is set to take effect on Wednesday, replaced a more sweeping ban issued on Jan. 27 that caused chaos and protests at airports across the country. But the letter signed by figures including former Secretaries of State Madeleine Albright and John Kerry argues that the revised ban "suffers from the same core substantive defects as the previous version." In the letter directed to Trump, Attorney General Jeff Sessions, Secretary of State Rex W. Tillerson, Secretary of Defense James Mattis, Secretary of Homeland Security John Kelly and Michael Dempsey, the acting director of national intelligence, the fo...
Do you have a $1 coin in your pocket worth $1000? Coin collectors say specific Australian mule is valued at a lot more than you think

Do you have a $1 coin in your pocket worth $1000? Coin collectors say specific Australian mule is valued at a lot more than you think

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That $1 coin buried under the pile of coins in your wallet could be worth at least $1,000.The $1/10c mule coin, created in 2000, is worth much more than its face value, with some being sold for more than $2,700 on eBay, according to coin collectors. The coin must bear the 2000 date and is thicker than usual with a double rim on the Queen's side of the coin because of a mix-up at the Royal Australian Mint in Canberra, according to the Australian Coin Collecting Blog. 'The mule was made when a technician at the Mint in Canberra accidentally paired the mob of 'roos dollar reverse with the Queen's head obverse, normally used for the 10 cent piece,' the blog clarified. Asking prices on eBay range from $980 to $8,500 but the final auction prices for the coin appear to range from $400 to $...
‘Winter is still around’: Major storm targets Northeast

‘Winter is still around’: Major storm targets Northeast

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Say it ain't so. With "official" spring practically at our doorstep, a late-season storm is poised to pummel parts of the Northeast — in many places where snow has been AWOL for most of the winter. The National Weather Service posted a blizzard watch for coastal regions, including New York City and Boston, for Monday night into Tuesday. A winter storm watch was issued for much of New Jersey, Pennsylvania, upstate New York and New England. The storm, billed as a potential nor'easter, comes as brutal payback for a mild winter and a particularly toasty February that ushered in early buds on trees, shrubs and flowers. It was the nation's second-warmest February since climate tracking began in 1895. Sixteen states experienced their warmest February ever recorded. How unprecedented is a
Muhammad Ali Jr. briefly detained by immigration at airport for second time

Muhammad Ali Jr. briefly detained by immigration at airport for second time

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Muhammad Ali Jr., son of the late legendary boxer, was reportedly detained and questioned at a Washington airport Friday by immigration enforcement, hardly a month after he was detained for several hours at a different U.S. airport, The Associated Press reported. Ali's lawyer, Chris Mancini, said that when Ali attempted to board a Jet Blue Airways flight at Reagan National Airport to Florida on Friday he was detained for 20 minutes. According to the AP report, Ali spoke to Department of Homeland Security officials by telephone and showed his driver's license and passport before he was allowed to board his flight home.   This comes a month after Ali and his mother Khalilah Camacho-Ali were reportedly pulled aside and asked if they were Muslim while arriving at Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood
President Trump’s budget expected to roll back funding of climate research

President Trump’s budget expected to roll back funding of climate research

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President Trump isn’t just keeping a campaign promise to roll back climate change regulations. He appears to be moving ahead to do away with the science behind the effort. The White House has drafted a preliminary budget blueprint that would hack hundreds of millions of research dollars out of the EPA and other agencies tracking the effects of global warming in what would be a stark contrast to the policies under President Obama. Environmental activists say rolling back rules designed to protect health and ecology is bad enough. But gutting the fact-finding and academic analysis behind the rules poses far-reaching consequences. "If the Trump administration pulls the plug on this, the world goes dark," said David Doniger, director of the climate and clean air program at the Natural
Pope signals he’s open to married Catholic men becoming priests

Pope signals he’s open to married Catholic men becoming priests

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Pope Francis has said he is open to married men becoming priests to combat the Roman Catholic Church's shortage of clergy. In an interview with German newspaper Die Zeit, Pope Francis said the lack of Catholic priests was an "enormous problem" for the Church, and indicated he would be open to a change in the rules governing eligibility for the priesthood. "We need to consider if 'viri probati' could be a possibility," he said. "If so, we would need to determine what duties they could undertake, for example, in remote communities." Viri probati is the Latin term for "tested men" or married men of outstanding faith and virtue. The option would allow men who are already married to be ordained as priests. But single men who are already priests would not be allowed to marry, according...